Walking with Cavemen is a four part documentary series about the evolution of humans. It is presented by Robert Winston and was produced by most of the team who also created "Walking with Dinosaurs" and "Walking with Beasts", but Tim Haines, the director of the original series, was not involved in the project.
The focus of this episode is a clan of Australopithecus afarensis, our first ancestors, who is constantly attacked by other clans. That clan is the one where one Australopithecus named "Lucy" lives and protects her daughter for the other clans and the predators like the crocodiles.
This episode shows how was Africa 2 milion of years ago, and the variety of creatures and hominids that lived in it, from Paranthropus boisei to Homo Habilis or Homo rudolfensis. We evolved from one of those species of hominid...but which one?
In this third episode, it's shown the passage of Homo ergaster from Africa to Asia (becoming Homo erectus), and the possibility discover of the fire, made by Homo ergaster. It's also explained that Homo ergaster was the first creature to master the art of tracking.
The last episode starts with Homo Heidelbergensis, who lived in Great Britain, but it also shows Homo Neanderthalensis (Neanderthal man) hunting creatures like mammoths and finally Homo Sapiens , the first creature that develop imagination.